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About Anesthesia-Free Dental Cleaning for Dogs & Cats
Natural Veterinary Services is the Top Rated Non-Anesthesia Dental provider in the State of Florida offering Pets and their People the experience and expertise that is second to none. We invite you to visit our web pages to glimpse into the future of holistic medicine and preventative dental care for dogs and cats.
Imagine how your teeth would look and feel if you didn’t brush them daily. The same applies to your pets’ teeth. Bad breath and stained teeth are unappealing, but many pet owners aren’t aware that these may be symptoms of serious gum disease. Unless you are regularly providing some form of dental care for your pet, you are neglecting an important factor in their overall health.
Natural Veterinary Services offers Anesthesia-Free Dentals as an alternative to traditional anesthetic dental procedures. We encourage you to find out if your pet is a candidate today by viewing the limitations of non-anesthesia dental cleaning for dogs and cats. Let us help you find a location near you that provides our services. Once you find a suitable location and date, you can request an appointment online. Natural Veterinary Services, inc is excited to provide you with this professional means of preventative care to fight dental disease in your dog or cat, Don’t wait until its too late!Start Here By Viewing Locations & Dates!
What is Pet Dental Disease?
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by the age 3 show signs of periodontal disease. Since there are very few signs of dental disease evident to pet owners, we recommend that your pets first dental be at 1 year of age for small breed dogs, and 1 to 2 years of age for large breed dogs and cats. If your pet has bad breath, it likely has a form of periodontal disease already. Without proper dental care for your pet they can develop gingivitis and periodontitis, both of which are forms of periodontal disease and leads to loss of teeth. Bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream, and then carried into the body. This can affect metabolic organ systems and affect the liver, kidney, heart, brain, immune system, and can even cause diabetes.
Prevent Unsafe Dental Cleanings
The risk of having your pet’s teeth cleaned by an uneducated layperson with little or no formal training, and outside of the supervision of a trained veterinarian, could be hazardous and even fatal for your pet.